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... take another walk into town. There was a collision between two ships outside Rotterdam ( which is our next destination) 11 crew lost, 4 confirmed. Think we need to seriously look at the latest ais systems(like radar but better). Rotterdam is one of the busiest ports in the world and we will be leaving from not far north of it across the north sea full of oil rigs, shipping etc etc. sobering thought. Might get some tacks for the cockpit seats to keep the deckie ...
... at our designated campsite just after 1pm, took a good look at it and turned the car around, lets get out of there. It all looked so drab and not a dry site in sight. Asked Basil Garmin for a few other sites. We tried the first one on the list which turned out to be a very good one. Happy travellers once more. Stayed for just one night this time.
5/5/12 . Slept in a bit this morning. Had a lovely hot shower to start the day with.
The evenings and mornings ...
... a specimen he thought I was. I didn't care. I was incredibly cold. My face and hair were completely frozen. I thought I may collapse at any point. I just wanted warmth and food and he could go Flem himself for all I cared...
As I crossed the finish line (in about 3 hours 50 mins I think - didn't care less by this point) I staggered sideways and had to cling onto the barrier for a few minutes to avoid collapsing on the spot. When I finally managed to ...
Bus, plane, train and bicycle: those are the four modes of transportation I have experienced in only a 72-hour period since departing Edmonton. In fact, part of this entry was written on my handy dandy netbook on a train from Amsterdam to s’Hertoegdenbosch, the town where Hilde lives. The rest of it was written almost two weeks later (but I’m pretending I wrote it on July 12) on a train from Sicily to mainland Italy. Ha ha, so much ...
... the wheel and a grimace on my face as we made our way past the largest industrial area of Germany towards Holland.
Across the border we opted for the country roads and enjoyed meandering around before settling down for the night in Apeldoorn.
Not sure what brought us here but tomorrow we will check it out. All I know is that it is surrounded by forest and is a place the Queen likes to hang out for summer holidays. Hmmmm... can't be all bad.